To win you have to risk loss.
The country is getting fatter and fatter, so different weight-loss methods are getting more attention.
You never feel good after a loss. I feel bad for our guys who played their hearts out all weekend and have nothing to show for it. We shot ourselves in the foot too many times this weekend. They were able to capitalize and we were not able to come through in pressure situations.
I saw some guys that were very frustrated, very upset with the loss. They came to practice with a little more businesslike fashion. I saw some kids getting on some others, and I've liked seeing that.
It's obviously tough to get back into the groove again after a tough loss and (Christmas) holidays. We've been throwing rocks for a week now, trying to get back into the mood for playing and, once we get out there in front of the fans and a good atmosphere here, it will get the juices going and we'll try to do our best.
It doesn't make me feel any better no matter how well I pitched. A loss is a loss.
It was a tough loss. We didn't play real well in the second half. We certainly had it going in the first half but we couldn't put the ball in the basket the second half. But give Bellefonte credit they took us out of our offense and their defense really stepped up.
This was home for him, I think, and what's sad to me, aside from the loss to his family, is that he was going to reap the rewards for the things he had done. The next six months were going to a lot of fun for him. He had some really good times ahead.
Radio is changing dramatically. This feels like the loss of a friend that you knew you could always count on and now they won't be there.
It's disheartening. We know (the loss) affects our chances. We just have to wait and see about the tournament now.
They're not the loss leader they used to be.
This was a huge game for us. We faced some adversity last week (in a loss to Fairview), and we have a lot of young players who stepped up for us (Friday).
You never want to start with a loss but it's a long week and we never thought we'd go through undefeated so that means we just have to bounce back tonight.
We're facing a huge loss of our tax base because of the bypass, which is just beginning.
That family lost a lot; the house was a total loss. But they had insurance and already had things in motion to get the help they needed.
The team is very excited for the opportunity to avenge the loss.
It's a tough loss. He's out of the question the top receiver in the [Ivy] League and I don't think anybody playing college football has caught as many passes in preparation than him in the last two years. He has prepared better than anybody that I can imagine, so for this to happen is pretty rough.
For a Little League, that's devastating. It's not like we have that much money sitting around. So, for a loss like this to occur, to replenish it is going to take donations.
I hated that loss Colfax. It was the most devastating loss I've ever experienced - which might make me look a little pathetic - but it was good for the team. It made us tougher.
I feel like we're playing well right now. We're not focused on that loss. If we were able to finish the match, it might be a different story. I like the way we're playing right now.
Yesterday was a hard day. The girls were really down after our loss to Wasatch on Tuesday. They were tired and frustrated.
This is a big loss for Miami. This is the second year they've lost a quarterback and that's something that could catch up to them. Right now, they're trying to hold things together.
There was extreme wind, rain, loss of power, and then a couple of days later everything was normal. That's hurricane.
His hope is that because of the awareness through the loss of his wife, people would come out and give to the community.
It's an embarrassing loss. There's not much more you can say about it. Just an embarrassing loss.